Today's economy has forced millions of workers to think and
behave like entrepreneurs. African American women are using
Big law firms report that hiring of graduates is well down from its peak of just a few years ago, when legal work was plentiful.
“Wage theft,” the practice of underpaying or not paying workers for
their labor, is a growing problem that reflects a changing economy.
Patent searching for technology firms can make good part-time work for freelancers.
More employers are turning to video resumes and interviews on Skype,
YouTube and similar videoconferencing services to gauge a candidate.
Africa’s economic growth has helped change stereotypes, but it has
also created an intense need for strong managers, according to a new report.
For most recent grads, these are gloomy times. Only about
half are working full-time, w/ the majority starting with less pay
The National Football League and the NYC Housing
Authority have partnered for the third consecutive year to host
the NFL Officiating Academy.
Despite the anemic economy and unpredictable job market, students in the
graduating class of 2012 may have reason to be optimistic, according to
a new survey from job search sites CareerBuilder and CareerRookie.com, a
They're called "digital natives," and they're all around you. If you
have children, they could be growing up right now in your home.